[Rspamd-Users] Handling of InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) abuse

Vsevolod Stakhov vsevolod at rspamd.com
Mon Aug 8 10:22:40 UTC 2022

On 08/08/2022 10:55, G.W. Haywood via Users wrote:
> Hi there,

> 3. Messages are fingerprinted[*].  Fingerprints of unwanted messages,
> such as to spamtrap addresses, score highly.  Messages sent to genuine
> addresses but having highly-scored fingerprints are treated as suspect.
> Although this is only needed for the few percent of messages which are
> not effectively handled by earlier processing, and this is very much a
> work in progress here at the moment, the results are very encouraging;
> no phishing message has yet managed to sneak past these defences.  The
> processing can use quite a lot of resources but the volume of (wanted)
> mail here is small.  We make something of the order a hundred thousand
> automated malicious and spam message reports per year.  The interface
> between the manager and the reporting system is browser-based, and two
> browser bugs have resulted in a total of three false reports this year
> (which personally I find irrationally irritating), but apart from that
> there have been no other false reports since the system went live just
> over eighteen months ago.
> [*] A somewhat modified https://github.com/ssdeep-project/ssdeep

Are you aware of Rspamd fuzzy check module? [1] If yes, then why 
reinventing a wheel here?

[1]: https://rspamd.com/doc/fuzzy_storage.html

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